[song] Teleman – Easy Now I’ve Got You

Having teased us already with the lead single “Short Life”, English trio Teleman shares another cut “Easy Now I’ve Got You” from their upcoming new LP (first one in 5 years). It is a big and atmospheric indie pop number that carries in it everything that we like about this group.

Singer and guitarist Thomas Sanders explains the meaning behind the track: ““Easy Now I’ve Got You” deals with the theme of building a safe and comfortable life alone, but realising that it’s ultimately unfulfilling because you have to put your neck on the line and risk being hurt in order to experience meaningful relationships. I think the whole meaning of life is making and nurturing connections”.

Good Time / Hard Time will be out April 7 through Moshi Moshi Records. The band also announced a slew of UK dates for next year. Get early access to tickets by pre-ordering the album on their website.

Listen to the single below.

[album] Carla Dal Forno – Come Around

Few musicians are capable of creating so much and being so authentic with such a limited setup. Carla Dal Forno is definitely one of those people. During the last years she has mastered her own sound — a mysterious, very distinctive, dark-ish and minimal post-punk.

Her new album Come Around follows the path smoothly. It is another remarkable addition to her discography, which sometimes feels like a slow walk through the forest early in the evening. A fantastic listening experience for this time of the year.

Stream below and buy the LP here.

[song] Enter Laughing – Met Me Wen I Landed

North London-based band Enter Laughing just debuted with the powerful single “Met Me When I Landed”. On it four-piece plays with contrasts by mixing cosmic synths, marching rhythms and monotonous vocals that gain momentum on the repeated lines of “Just say when it’s over”.

The song is very impressive and leaves the listener wanting more. We hope that the group will not wait too long before sharing the next one!

Listen below and get the track here, out now via Permanent Creeps Records.

[video] Roller Derby – Say How Come

Turn on any Roller Derby song released in the last two years and you’ll find a true pop gem. The musicians in this trio from Hamburg are real professionals in creating catchy and high-quality indie songs.

Their new one “Say How Come” is no exception. If you love the stuff of such artists/bands as Alvvays, Fazerdaze, Hazel English, Frankie Cosmos, etc. — do not sleep on Roller Derby. We really hope that the group has plans for an album or EP for next year.

The track is out along with a charming music video directed by Martha Wurmus.

Watch it below.

[video] The Orielles – Darkened Corners

Last month The Orielles released their excellent LP Tableau via Heavenly, and now they are sharing a new video for the album’s highlight, “Darkened Corners”.

It was co-directed by the band together with regular collaborator Neelam Khan Veela and features black and white footage of the trio walking around in Berlin before switching to the beautiful color visuals of them performing in the field.

Watch it below and buy the record here.